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The Trails Only Yukon Association is criticizing a government consultation on ATV regulation that it says is 30 years behind the times.
Shea Hierlihy is serving up something Whitehorse residents have been crying out for for years: Thai food. Hierlihy, fresh from achieving her certification as a Red Seal cook, launched her new food truck, The Thai Box.
The decision to invest in Yukon Energy's liquefied natural gas plant is supported by the Kwanlin Dun First Nation community, according to the chief.
Opposition NDP leader Liz Hanson is defending comments she made last week about procurement practices at the Minto mine.
Istchenko apologizes for drinking beer on ATV Kluane MLA Wade Istchenko has apologized after a photo circulated on social media showing him holding a beer while sitting on an ATV.
An international expert is warning the Yukon not to put all its eggs in the liquefied-natural-gas basket.
The Yukon government will continue to allow the killing of grizzly bears on the side of territorial highways. But hunting restrictions could be coming.
The Community Association of Midwives Yukon is thrilled that the Yukon government has committed to study the issue of regulating midwifery in the territory.
Yukon miners got some tough love this week at a presentation organized by the Yukon Chamber of Mines. The message? A lot of people don't like you.
The Yukon government has no plans to explicitly protect transgendered people from discrimination under its Human Rights Act.
Raven Recycling sets re-opening day Raven Recycling will re-open its drop-off service on May 19.
The Yukon Wood Products Association is pleased that the territorial government has a plan to encourage more wood burning for heat in the territory.
Baby Emmett is set to get a new liver next week. Emmett Smith, now nearly six months old, was diagnosed with a rare liver cancer about four months ago.
A group of Kaska people say they are being ignored by the Yukon government and their own First Nation leadership on the question of fracking.
Wolverine mine attracts potential buyers Yukon Zinc has begun discussions with potential investors and buyers for its Wolverine mine, according to a company news release.
The Yukon legislative assembly voted unanimously this week to urge the government to fulfill its promise to deliver a mental health strategy. Liberal Leader Sandy Silver introduced the motion.
The Yukon government has helped to launch a new website designed to help Arctic communities share information about how they are adapting to climate change.
The Yukon government has announced a pilot project to give Haines Junction better ambulance coverage through the summer months.
Canada's economy depends on the extraction and export of its natural resources. For Stewart Muir - who describes himself as a historian, journalist and environmentalist - that goes without saying. But not so for many B.
Hot on the heels of last summer's wildly successful event, Yukon geekdom is already getting pumped for the territory's second annual comic convention.